BEACON TRANSCRIPT – The Broward County Sheriff’s Office declared that a woman was rushed to the hospital with third-degree burns after she was involved in a peculiar accident. After breaking up with her boyfriend, the Florida woman attempted to blow up the Pembroke Sheriff’s Substation using a car filled with accelerants.
Florida Woman Kept Babbling about Her Unhappy Love Affair
According to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, on Monday, around afternoon, a woman pulled her car in front of the County’s south district office. After waiting for a while, the woman pushed the gas pedal to the floor and rammed her car into the Pembroke Sheriff’s Office community room.
Fortunately, no one was inside the room when the driver, who has yet to be identified, crashed her car.
According to one eyewitness, a hired painter, the woman crashed through the wall and the vehicle ignited inside. The man rushed inside the building to see if the driver was unharmed. When he saw the vehicle ablaze, he went to the car, broke open the door, and yanked the woman out of the flames.
The firefighter managed to dull the flames before it spread to the adjacent building.
An investigation revealed that when the painter pulled the woman from the car she was delusional, allegedly mumbling something about breaking up with her husband or boyfriend. Furthermore, the car’s inspection revealed that it was packed with fire accelerants, meaning that this wasn’t a car accident, but a deliberate act to blow up the Pembroke substation.
The Florida woman has been rushed to the hospital to receive treatment for superficial burn. At this point, the authorities have pressed no charges against the driver nor have they excluded the possibility of this being a terroristic threat.
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